Congrats to Debbie Sardone on Latest Distinguished Service Award

Congrats to Debbie Sardone on Latest Distinguished Service Award

Congrats to Debbie Sardone on Latest Distinguished Service Award

by Steve Gamel

Flower Mound resident Debbie Sardone, owner of Buckets & Bows Maid Service and the driving force behind the wildly-popular nonprofit, Cleaning for a Reason, recently took home the cleaning industry’s highest honor as she was awarded the Jack D. Ramaley Industry Distinguished Service Award at ISSA’s annual convention in Dallas. Since 2006, Buckets & Bows and Cleaning For A Reason has provided free services for more than 300 cancer-stricken families right here in Denton County. And in that same amount of time, Debbie has recruited more than 1,200 maid services nationwide to join the cause, resulting in more than 30,000 women being helped through the network. Debbie was recognized for her leadership, innovation, and commitment to upholding the industry’s highest standards of service. To date, Cleaning for a Reason’s free house cleaning services have been valued at more than $10,000,000. Within the last two years, the nonprofit has merged with ISSA, The World Wide Cleaning Association, where she is on the board.

Debbie has worked tirelessly over the years to not only spread the critical message and importance of Cleaning For A Reason with loyal clients of Buckets & Bows, but she also shares her knowledge with other business owners who could use a mentor in a variety of areas, including using their business to give back. She recently launched a comprehensive cleaning business training system for residential cleaning companies that trains the owner, the trainer, and the cleaner – making it the only training program that addresses all three areas for residential cleaning businesses. She’s also in the middle of writing her next book, which is aptly titled, Maid For More.

Congratulations, Debbie!


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